Found June 07, 2012 on
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During a night away from the pressures of points and sponsors, it was Kyle Busch who emerged victorious in the eighth annual Prelude To The Dream at Eldora Speedway. Grinning from ear-to-ear in Victory Lane, Busch told reporter Matt Yocum, “ It’s such a cool place to come out here to Eldora. Thank all the [...]
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Several big names throughout motorsports, including several from NASCAR, made the trek to Tony Stewart’s Eldora Speedway in Rossburg, Ohio, on Wednesday to participate in the Prelude to the Dream charity race to benefit Feed the Children.
In his sixth try in the yearly event, Kyle Busch made his way to victory lane.
“This is cool,” Busch said. “This is what it’s all about...
Kyle Busch started second and ran near the front during the entire Prelude To The Dream charity race on Wednesday night...
Kyle Busch stayed out of trouble to win fellow NASCAR Sprint Cup driver Tony Stewart's dirt-track charity race Wednesday night at Eldora Speedway.
Wrecks reduced the 26-car field to 15 cars for the final 16 laps of the Prelude To The Dream on the half-mile oval owned by Stewart. Kasey Kahne was leading until he hit Bobby Labonte in Turn 3 after Labonte spun out. Busch was running...
Kurt Busch is a head case. We all know it.
What we all wondered after last year was whether or not he'd sober up after losing his plum ride with Penske Racing and being relegated to a B-level (at best) ride with Phoenix Racing, previously best known for creating a shocking win at Talladega in 2009 for Brad Keselowski, who incidentally occupies Busch's former place as top...
After knocking on the door to victory lane countless times in his five previous runs in the Prelude To The Dream at Eldora Speedway in Rossburg, Ohio, Kyle Busch finally broke through Wednesday night to score his first win in the all-star dirt Late Model race benefiting Feed The Children.
“This is cool,” said Busch, who outlasted strong challenges from Kasey Kahne and Clint...
Steve Addington insisted he's not naturally drawn toward working with volatile, abrasive drivers.
It's just the nature of job in the Cup garage.
''Somehow it works out that way,'' said Addington, laughing. ''That's just part of it. You just take what opportunity is there. I've worked with a lot of great drivers and I feel like I'm with...